The premier engine troubleshooting resource site. DannysEnginePortal.com offers information about engine rebuilding, engine repair, machine operations, engine testing, and possible solutions. 

I have been into cars for as long as I can remember but the engine is what interested me the most. Now with over 40 years in the engine rebuilding and machine shop industry I have retired and I will be spending my time sharing what I have learned. In that time I’ve been able to help a LOT of people, and things have grown quite a bit since I started. The fact that you participate in the discussions on my social networks, participate on the forum, share your DannysEnginePortal experiences with friends and neighbors, means that DannysEnginePortal will continue to thrive and grow well into the future.

It’s my hope that these articles are able to help you get instant answers to your automotive questions. I put a lot of effort into organizing the information in a format that is informative and easy to navigate. Don’t worry, it’s not all words, I’ve added images to help create an interactive environment that I think is easy to follow and entertaining. So please, if you have an automotive related question, check out those articles first. This site contains information about DIY auto repairs, diagnostic troubleshooting and test procedures. Whether you are a mechanic or a car enthusiast, there is a lot you can learn from your fellow mechanics, automotive repair professionals, and car lovers.

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Engine Rebuilding Info, Automotive Repair Tips, Tech Info, Engine Testing, Machine Operations, Here you will find a wealth of automotive engine information, and many other resources to help you with your automotive issues big and small. We will talk about many of today’s issues and some of the ways to solve them. Time to join DannysEnginePortal.com to learn and share !

An internal combustion engine is any engine that uses the explosive combustion of fuel to push a piston within a cylinder – the piston’s movement turns a crankshaft that then turns the car wheels via a chain or a drive shaft. The different types of fuel commonly used for car combustion engines are gasoline (or petrol), diesel, and kerosene.